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Euro Cup Nails!

Brace yourselves, everyone, I'm trying to be timely and relevant! This is quite the stretch for me so bear with me.  I'm even going to talk about sports *gasp*.  Anyway, in an attempt to get my bf interested in my blog, I occasionally make him challenge me with a design.  His brilliant idea?  The Euro Cup, with the soccer and whatnot.  Sure thing, says I, flags it is!

First up, I started with two coats of Joe Fresh White.  I wanted a nice solid base to start on and that was closest so that'll do.  I started with my thumb by painting on a tiny pentagon somewhere in the middle with my new tiny brush, using black polish.  I then drew out the rest of the lines and pentagons and it actually turned out ok.  Encouraged by a decent start, I then moved on to the flags.  I free-handed them all as taping gets risky, with the base colour.  Colours will be listed below.








The Verdict: I'm kinda proud of myself with how well this turned out.  It's like I have control over a brush and am relevant to world events, all at once yay!

Colours Used:

  • Green: Revlon Posh
  • Yellow: mixture of American Apparel Neon Yellow and Sunshine State
  • Red: Sally Hansen Cherry Red
  • Black: misc Australian brand
  • White: Joe Fresh White

Comments

  1. What a fun mani, and great work on the details! If I'm going to do this, I'll go all out with Germany ;)

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  2. You did awesome! Now go Portugal! xD

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  3. The soccer ball is my favourite! =D

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